by Joanne Lee-Young for Vancouver Sun
Published on: July 4, 2017 | Last Updated: July 5, 2017 8:46 AM PDT
The Vancouver school board and a conservative activist are tussling over “Sex at Lunch”, a voluntary program at Lord Byng Secondary School for students in Grades 10 to 12 that sexual education advocates say is unique, inclusive and engaging.
The program is “not mentioned on the regular school calendar events listing that are published on the school’s calendar,” according to a statement filed Tuesday by Kari Simpson on her Culture Guard website.
Simpson included details of a session in mid-June that she attended and from which she recorded and posted excerpts online. There was a quiz show-like format, she said, where students and teachers competed to answer a series of “sexually charged questions” such as “if you don’t want to masturbate, what should you eat for breakfast? Answer: …